Miss Hagatha Crone was stamped with Tuxedo Black Memento ink (Imagine Crafts), colored with Copic markers, fussy-cut, and edged with a black marker. I tried to make the apple look rotten. Black Spica Glitter pen was used on Miss Hagatha Crone's pupils and nails. Several layers of Clear Gelly Glaze pen (Sakura) were added to Miss Hagatha Crone's warts, teeth, nails, and the apple stem.
The fussy-cut image was placed atop a piece of patterned paper from the Halloween Haunts Kraft Resist paper pad (Idea-ology). The image was loosely outlined with a Sketch and Wash charcoal pencil, then put aside for safe keeping.
The Sketch and Wash charcoal pencil was used to fill in the outline of the image, then a water brush was used to smooth out and soften the charcoal tone. Fired Brick Distress ink and Black Soot Distress ink(Ranger) were sponged over the Kraft Resist patterned paper and also used to edge it. Picket Fence Distress ink was used over the skulls in the patterned paper.
Stickers from the Occasions Small Talk pad (Idea-ology) were used to add three sentiments to finish the card.
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